Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 50: Send Audio To Audition, Pt 2

Adobe_Audition_CC-LogoBy Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS)

Here is part 2 of my Premiere Pro tutorial on sending audio to Audition. The second way to do so is more advanced as it will send all the audio in your sequence to Audition, and allow you to work in a non-destructive way in the ‘Multitrack Editor,’ which allows you to also see reference video.

To do this, right-click on the sequence icon in your ‘Project Panel’ and choose ‘Edit in Adobe Audition > Sequence’

Edit In Audition - Sequence

This brings up a dialogue box, and there are a few things to consider.

Dialogue Box

First, where are you going to save this interaction between Premiere Pro and Audition (called Interchange files)? ‘Browse to a location that makes sense for your project.

The ‘Selection’ options allow for the whole sequence to be sent across or a selection between sequence ‘in’ & ‘out’ points. The ‘Video’ option allows you to use dynamic link for video playback if you are using the same machine for Premiere Pro and Audition, or else you can render a video file for reference or choose not to use video at all.

The last three buttons will render any effects you have already applied to your audio in Premiere Pro, send all animation you may have applied in Premiere Pro to Audition, and then open your entire sequence in Audition ready for you to work. Just click ‘OK’.

Opened in Audition

Opened in Audition

Note: This is the default Workspace when it’s opened in Audition; all I have clicked on is the ‘Video’ Panel at the bottom left to show the reference video.

Now you are ready to start editing in the ‘Multitrack’ workspace in Audition. When you’re done, click ‘Multitrack > Export to Adobe Première Pro’ and follow the instructions.

Export to Premiere Pro

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